Ganesh Himal Trek is a 14-day grand trek to the Eastern side of Nepal. The trek is fairly easy and incorporates elements of nature and culture. The trek showcases the Ganesh, Langtang, and Manaslu Himal ranges. The trail goes through local villages of several ethnic Tamang groups. The Tamang are locals of the Dhading-Gorkha area. Get ready to be amazed by the grandness of the trek!
The Ganesh Himal Trek explores the Ganesh Himal (7422m). Trekkers can enjoy the views of other mountains like Langtang (7227m), Shringi (7161m), and Manaslu (8163m). The Ganesh Himal Trek explores the beautiful area between the Langtang National Park and Manaslu Conservation Area. The Tamang villages along the trekking trails are also a great option to enjoy their culture and traditions.
First of all, the trek begins with a 7-hour drive from Kathmandu to Trishuli. Thereafter, the trek continues to Bhalche from Satdobato. Similarly, meadow to meadow and forest to forest leads Rupchet. Likewise, you will find yourself on the highest point Shertunga (4045 m) from Singla La Pass. The viewpoint features the grand view of the Ganesh Himal range. The Shertung village is the habitat of Tamangs. The Jhakri dance and the Ghode dance are native to Shertung. Finally, Serabensi-Jyamrung is the last destination. Due to the cultural significance of the village, the trekkers spend a day exploring Jyamrung.